South Africa Moroccan Relaxed Restaurants
South Africa Moroccan Relaxed Restaurants
Johannesburg Portuguese restaurant
Housed in a 115 year historic house, in the historical precinct of Modderfontein, this heart warming country retreat invites cosy family get-togethers, intimate dinners and languid lunches.
Dine alfresco soaking up the lush park like gardens or appreciate the beauty of nature shaded by an old oak tree. Benches and umbrellas welcome relaxed outdoor lunches.
The dining room is perfect for old fashioned intimacy as is the enclosed veranda for those who enjoy a little more privacy.
Ideal for families, lovers and friends, dining at 33 High Street creates a memorable experience.
Rosettenville Portuguese restaurant
An unpretentious family-run restaurant serving superb Portuguese cuisine, A Churrasqueira boasts an exciting menu with a wide selection of choices.
An impressive wine list enhances the experience, with a brilliant selection of both South African and Portuguese wines.
The interior is simple and warm, the service excellent and the prices reasonable. All in all, a wonderful place to dine in comfort.
Johannesburg and surrounds Portuguese restaurant
Johannesburg and surrounds
This superb Portuguese restaurant has been running for more than ten years and it’s easy to see why. Offering not only traditional Portuguese dishes, but also more unusual Mozambican cuisine, this friendly restaurant provides a memorable dining experience.
Although there is no actual wine list, there is a decent selection of popular South African and Portuguese wines to choose from in a well-placed corner cabinet.
The cosy, unpretentious ambience is further enhanced by Mozambican hut murals on the walls. Unique and welcoming, A Palhota provides a truly relaxed dining experience with great food, great service and a great atmosphere.
Vanderbijlpark Portuguese restaurant
This vibey Protuguese restaurant is perfect for families and the fenced property ensures that kids are always safe. The menu is large and contains Portuguese favourites like grilled codfish, Chourico sausage, trinchado, espatadas, and even a slow-roasted lamb stew. There is a special smoking section that caters for functions of up to 100 people.
Cape Town Portuguese restaurant
This delightful Portuguese restaurant serves up traditional Portuguese favourites with a twist. Try the toasted Portuguese bread with liver pate or the beef or chicken prego rolls - a must for the spice lover. The melt-in-your-mouth rump steak in white wine and cream is a must-try. Other dishes include trinchado, peri peri chicken, espetada and mouthwatering prawns - Portuguese style. A good range of desserts are also available.
Parkmore Portuguese restaurant
This bustling Portuguese family restaurant serves all the old favourites like trinchado, chicken livers peri peri, caldo verde, calamari and a variety of prawn dishes. The seafood is, of course, the speciality here. There is a comprehensive wine list to complement the menu. The prices are definitely competitive and the service is up to standard. No frills and fuss to be found here - just good quality food in a bustling yet relaxed setting.
Aston Bay Portuguese restaurant
Aston Arms is a Portuguese restaurant situated in Aston Bay. It has a beautiful view of the nearby lagoon and makes for an excellent relaxing evening. The restaurant is family friendly and makes a great venue for groups or parties. There is indoor and outdoor seating, bookings and walk-ins are welcome.
Ballito Portuguese restaurant
Prepared using the freshest ingredients, herbs and spices, Beira Alta pampers the palate with family tradition of cooking, passed down from generation to generation.
Located in the scenic coastal town of Ballito, this elegant and sophisticated restaurant delights with delectable Portuguese cuisine, embracing Continental and African influences.
Enjoy a relaxed and tantalising meal soothed by the drifting sounds of smooth jazz and a romantic ambiance.
Indulge in a variety of flavours and tastes starting with succulent prawns smothered in a melange of spices, olive oil, lemon juice and garlic and if red meat takes your palate, try the flame-grilled chicken and platters layered with scrumptious pan-fried prawns.
Beira Alta Restaurant cooks from the heart and their passion for food will reunite a love affair with decadent Portuguese cooking and rich aromatic wines, for a sensational dining experience.
Century City Portuguese restaurant
This beautifully decorated restaurant captures the heart of the Portuguese culture and tradition. As you walk in you feel right at home in the midst of earthy tones, solid wooden tables and finishes that reminds of the open-hearted, adventurous spirit of the Portuguese people.
The food provides quality and comfort and range from the popular Espatadas to mouth-watering seafood dishes. The bustling, vibey atmosphere just adds to a wonderful dining experience.
Braza is open seven days a week from 11:30 am until late and is an absolute must-try.
Dullstroom Portuguese restaurant
Canimambo Restaurant features an intimate setting inside for quiet meals by the fireside or a sun deck for lazy Saturday afternoons. It boasts the most tender giblets, the freshest prawns and the most succulent rump this side of the equator, with legendary Prego rolls and monstrous toasted sandwiches. Conscious of their carbon footprint, they are actively recycle the majority of their waste as well as grow their own organic salad greens.
Graskop Portuguese restaurant
Great Portuguese and Mozambican fare can be enjoyed here. Traditional recipes using the freshest ingredients ensure a delightful dining experience. Be sure to catch the live entertainment evenings, special event occasions, the unique drumming circle and just in general the warm, cosy atmosphere and vibe.
Graskop Portuguese restaurant
Specialising in Portuguese and South African cuisine, this family run establishment secures an intimate setting and the most succulent, tender peri-peri chickens.
The extensive menu and Mozambican ambiance compliments aromatic Portuguese wines making for an excellent meal and all around service.
Dine in the bright and colourful surrounds snuggling up to the cosy winter fireplace or alfresco on the fully covered and heated patio.
Enjoy authentic cuisine, hospitality and Platinum Star Diners awards at Canimambo Restaurant
Somerset West Portuguese restaurant
This tavern-style restaurant offers a relaxing atmosphere that exudes the warmth and welcoming feel that a true Portuguese establishment should have.
The menu is simple but delightful and offers dishes that will leave you satisfied - with sticky fingers no doubt. Dishes include almost all the peri peri favourites and the grilled meats are served after being cooked to perfection...and taste. Try the awesome, conversation-starting espetadas, cubed pieces of succulent meat that drenches the chips below in the wonderful flavours of the sauce and basting it was prepared in. Other dishes include the traditional chargrilled chicken and the melt-in-your-mouth prawns.
The interior is filled with Portuguese memorabilia, rustic wooden benches and wooden tables, all surrounding the central fireplace that lends a cosy feel to the room.
The wine list comprises good South African bottles, and even some imports from Portugal.
Bonnie Doon Portuguese restaurant
Casa Verde is a true Portuguese restaurant with the friendly service to match. The interior has red check table cloths and fantastic art on display. The daily specials are written on a blackboard and the wine list complements the menu. On offer are traditional Portuguese and Colonial dishes, as well as breakfasts, open sandwiches, salads, pastas and fresh fish.
Breakfast and Lunch:
Monday to Saturday: 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday to Saturday: 18:30 - 22:30 (Kitchen closes).
Hatfield Portuguese restaurant
This authentic Portuguese restaurant brings home the flavours, charm and hospitality of the old school seafaring days of this culture. The interior and vibe creates an atmosphere brimming with friendliness and homeliness. The passion that is put into every dish is clearly visible and the enthusiasm of the owners and staff inspiring.
The menu is large and contains something for everybody. Traditional Portuguese favourites like Peri Peri Chicken Livers and Moelas, beef fillet cubes in Prego Sauce can be enjoyed. For the diner that isn't squeamish, there is the Figado de Galinha, translate chicken giblets. Clean ox-tripe in a light curry with white beans and chouriço is another adventurous option. The more conservative palate can try the coconut lamb curry or the delectable prawns.
The Catemba Seafood Platter is perfect for sharing over a bottle or four of wine and contains six lipsmacking lemon butter prawns, four butter garlic mussels, 150 g calamari, two Portuguese sardines and one hake fillet. The 300g Portuguese fillet steak and egg topped with authentic prego sauce is not for the faint-hearted.
This restaurant delivers in quality and quantity and here you can have a feast without breaking the bank.
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